According to observations by the Kepler space telescope and other ground based observations, it seems that about 5% of the stars in our galaxy have giant gas planets, similar to Jupiter (but often larger). Smaller planets are difficult to detect, but it is estimated that 40% of the stars have small planets orbiting them.
All in all it is said that on average, 1.6 planets are orbiting each star. So almost all stars form a kind of solar system with planets. However, there is still a lot of uncertainty regarding the numbers, since small planets are very, very hard to detect. And other aspects of solar systems, like our asteroid belt, Kuiper belt and Oort cloud are hard to detect even in our own solar system.
But my own opinion is that it is reasonable to assume that we live in a pretty average solar system (because the odds are obviously suggesting this). So I think that almost every star will have a solar system with a couple of planets, some rocky, some gas giants, plus stuff like comets, asteroids and so on.
Source: Wikipedia Extrasolar planets